May 19, 2013
AMIA: Iran admits its gov't officials 'aren't concerned about the accord'
Members of the Iranian government admitted today that they weren’t concerned about the accord created between Argentina and Iran which is to further probe the AMIA terrorist attack that occurred in 1994.
According to the spokesperson for Iran’s Foreign Ministry, the eight Iranian government officials accused by the Argentine Judiciary for involvement in the attacks, “by no means are they worried about the bilateral agreement with Argentina.”
“Iran and Argentina have reached a very important agreement and the details are to be found in the document,” Mehmanparast said today, without specifying details.
On February 12, the Iranian Foreign Affairs Minister, Ali Akbar Salehi ratified the commitment made by Iran regarding the agreement signed with Argentina to further investigate the terrorist attack on the AMIA Jewish centre in Buenos Aires in 1994.